For last few years, I have been working as a costume stylist for commercial film production particularly in South Korea, 'Marry the Mafia 4', 'Plump Revolution' and 'Sense 8, Season 1' directed by Lana Wachowski meanwhile working as a fashion editor with one of international online shopping mall as called, 'The Hallyu,' in South Korea. Upon my interest in public relations and communication, I also worked as an event organiser for Seoul Fashion Week F/W 2013 and Korean Culture Week for Milan EXPO 2015. Beyond my working experiences, I strongly feel that I am obliged to build working experience and knowledge of entire fashion industry from production to sales in order to become a perfectly-coordinated body in fashion business. Thus, I finished my studies in London College of Fashion (LCF) where I studied women’s wear design at Foundation level, achieving a distinction in which shows my attention to details on work. Currently, I am enrolled at BAH Fashion Communication and Marketing in Istituto Europe di Design (IED) in order to improve theoretical backgrounds and practical approach to the profession. From my previous working experiences in branding, event and styling, my dedication to work and tenacious personality led me to pursue a profession in fashion marketing and communication. I strongly believe that not only my perfectly coordinated mindset in creativity and business, but my initiative also will assist your institution in order to raise the values of the clients in the market.
I had a great opportunity to work with the costume designer, Lindsay Pugh, who worked in the costume department for 'Sense 8', 'Dancing on the Edge' and Çharlie and the Chocolate Factory.' I participated in a foreign location shooting that was hosted in Seoul. Prior to the shooting, I did costume and fabric hunting in regard to each role and relevant costumes. During the filming, I managed costume maintenance and saved all the styling information regarding to scene connection.
As a fashion editor and a blogger with The Hallyu, I was in charge of weekly fashion recommendation and tips and fashion item selection along the fast fashion trend in South Korea. Upon my trend report and articles, I also participated in selecting new vendors and products in regard to the trend and the brand image and position in the market
As a key costume stylist, I worked with two different commercial film productions also known as 'Marry the Mafia 4' and 'Plump Revolution' in South Korea. Before the production, I made concept boards for styling match-up and concept for each major and minor characters and did costume hunting prior to the shooting. After assisting costume styling and fitting, I arranged and dressed up each characters during filming.